Early George Nelson Coconut Chair
in Alexander Girard Fabric

 

The coconut chair is an icon of mid-century design from the office of George Nelson and Assoc. The deceptively simple design features a triangular seat of steel with an upholstered seat pad supported by a chromed steel tripod base.

 

Very comfortable with a relaxed pitch, wide seat and soft curves, the chair allows the sitter a variety of postures and positions.

 

This early vintage example produced by Herman Miller has upholstery in a red and blue check designed by Alexander Girard.

 

L: 40 in. (102 cm)

D: 34 in. (86 cm)

H: 33 in. (84 cm)

 

4,500

© 2018 Pegboard Modern

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